Happy Monday! I have three more post including this one to wrap up my first New York Fashion week experience. Thank ya’ll so much for following along with me. It’s been such a fun experience, and writing these post I know not only will help me share it with you, but it will also help me remember when I am eighty years old and telling my stories of my fashionista blogging days to my future grand children. After my recap I will be sharing tips and a travel guide as well so if you have any questions until then feel free to comment below! Today I am sharing more the details of day four, brunch with Vogue, and this Sex and the City inspired look, and why we should all be feminist.
This weekend was an eventful one with our second annual Kendra Scott event benefiting the Children’s Miracle Network (view last year’s event here). It was such a great event to raise money for one of my favorite charities, and a great way to kick off my birthday month. If you didn’t already enter, we are giving $400 in Kendra Scott gift cards for your very own Color Bar Party. Click here to enter. Like I promised in my previous post I am teaming up with my favorite brands and boutiques to give away some of my favorite things. And today, I’ve teamed up with Lane 201 Boutique to give one lucky winner a gift card to shop! You could get this adorable gingham top from there, which would be a perfect top for Easter. I wore this outfit last Sunday for church and Sunday brunch, and this gingham top was a hit. Gingham is in for spring and for under $30 this top is a steal! Check out my Easter look below plus my favorite gingham tops for under $50.
This past weekend I attended my dearest friend, sister, PIC, and fellow Houston Blogger Style the Girl‘s baby shower. I was so excited to share this moment with her and all her dear friends and family to honor her little girl Sofia Everly. It was everything you would imagine a little girl’s baby shower would be, filled with pink, lace, and all things shabby chic. As her Phi Mu sister we were excited to welcome the first legacy in our group of friends. All of our other sisters, including myself, had boys, and we ready to add a girl in the group.